What We Believe In

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It is very important to the Hotel Palace Berlin and its employees to support projects for a good cause. For many years, the hotel has been a partner of the welfare organization Kinder- und Jugendhilfezentrum Neukölln. In addition, the hotel support Nordische in Not e.V. and maintains an animal sponsorship at Zoo Berlin.



Förderverein Kinder- und Jugendhilfezentrum Neukölln e.V.

Michael Frenzel, General Manager at the Hotel Palace Berlin, started a non-profit project for the welfare organization Kinder- und Jugendhilfezentrum Neukölln in Buckow in 2005. For 13 years now, guests and employees of the hotel have been donating money. All in all, more than 160,000 Euros have been given to the organization.

The Kinder- und Jugendhilfezentrum Neukölln offers 120 spots for boys and girls from the ages of 0 to 18. Children and teenagers are given in-patient and pedagogic treatment and are supported on a socio-cultural and intellectual level. More information at www.ejf.de.

Support of Nordische in Not e.V.

The Hotel Palace Berlin supports Nordische in Not e.V., a recognized animal welfare organization for Nordic dog breeds in Kremmen, since spring 2018. The hotel donates five euros from every dog treatment booked at the hotel to the organization.

Nordische in Not e.V. offers space for up to 70 dogs. The animals are taken care of 24/7; in addition, there is a quarantine facility for sick dogs. More information at nordische-in-not.de.

Sponsorship of Miniature Donkey Heidi

Since March 2017, the Hotel Palace Berlin has a godchild: miniature donkey Heidi. Together with her foal Peppino and other donkeys, Heidi lives at the children’s zoo of Zoo Berlin which lies directly across the street from the Hotel Palace Berlin. The hotel supports Heidi’s keeping and caring with the sponsorship.

Berlin’s Zoological Garden, founded in 1844, is Germany’s oldest and the world’s most species-rich zoo. More information including opening hours at www.zoo-berlin.de.

Miniature Donkey Heidi with Peppino © Zoo Berlin